ROM Manager 4

The ClockworkMod team has released version 4.0 of ROM Manager, the popular custom ROM flashing app for rooted phones. The update brings a visual refresh in the form of new icons, along with the ability to rate and comment on ROMs and some behind-the-scenes changes. Writing on his personal blog, ClockworkMod's Koushik Dutta says he's "really proud" of the new ROM Manager, and hints that "even bigger things" may be on the way for the project, including a website.

Join us after the jump for the Market link and QR code. [KoushikDutta.com]

 
 

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ROM Manager 4.0 now available on Android Market

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Your correct! I do know that ACS over at XDA did donate a Epic 4g to Koush to aid in his development. So I would eventually expect it to be fixed for the Epic 4g but as of right now everyone is still recommended to avoid it for the Epic 4g.

I bought and used ROM Manager Premium for quite a while and liked it.

Stopped using RM when I started loading CM7 nightlies, because I was just wiping cache and Dalvik cache (vs. a complete wipe) which ROM manager doesn't support - you have to do it in recovery. The advantage is that you don't need to reload your apps and preferences which saves a lot of time.

Suggested this intermediate wipe level as a feature on Koush's twitter feed, but he never responded.

Good app I guess, but isn't that much more convenient than doing stuff in recovery, where you have more options and control.

I dont use it .Just as easy to do it from recovery as it is from Rom manager ,plus can wipe dalvik cache though recovery but cant tho rom manager